Smart traffic planning system LISA approved for use in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem

Publication titleJerusalem Post, The: Web Edition Articles (Israel)
A Transportation Ministry committee approved the adoption of LISA for traffic planning in Israel. The software, made by German company Schlothauer and Wauer, whose Israel branch is led by YSB Yaakobi Brothers Group, is the most widely used traffic planning software globally

The software will be used to implement a master plan to revamp transportation in Jerusalem. LISA will be used as the planning tool for changes to various transportation systems, including buses and light rail.

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LISA, which is used in numerous countries in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia, boasts cutting-edge capabilities for traffic planning.

The software includes a simulation tool capable of optimizing traffic at every intersection and allows efficient planning without compromising safety. The tool accounts for cars, scooters and pedestrians and reduces air pollution by optimizing wait times.

LISA was selected by YSB Yaakobi Brothers Group's Ariel Vimazor to complement the smart traffic light control system FALCON, owned and developed by Accelerate Smart Traffic.

FALCON, which has been available for eight years in Israel, can upload traffic plans to traffic lights from numerous manufacturers and has been used in Jerusalem's light rail and is being...

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